Prediction, monitoring and control of surface roughness in high-torque milling machine operations

@article{Quintana2012PredictionMA,
  title={Prediction, monitoring and control of surface roughness in high-torque milling machine operations},
  author={Guillem Quintana and Andr{\'e}s Bustillo and Joaquim Ciurana},
  journal={Int. J. Computer Integrated Manufacturing},
  year={2012},
  volume={25},
  pages={1129-1138}
}
Prediction, monitoring and control of surface roughness in high-torque milling machine operations Guillem Quintana a , Andres Bustillo b & Joaquim Ciurana c a ASCAMM Technological Center, Barcelona, Spain b Nicolas Correa, Burgos, Spain c Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Construction, University of Girona, Av. Lluis Santaló s/n, Girona, 17071, Spain Version of record first published: 14 May 2012. 

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